I do not know why you are unable to post to the original thread. Here it is.
katbh is correct... annual returns and AGM meeting minutes must be filed with the ACRA... so eventually, you will be able to see financial statements and minutes of directors and shareholder resolutions.
But, it may take quite a long time before these documents will be filed.
If you are not receiving notification of meetings, and are not receiving the minutes of meetings held, they are in violation of the law. As a shareholder you are also entitled to annual reports which include financial statements.
I do not understand your question, "How long a company has to make dividend payments after filing audited accounts?"
. These two things are completely different. Audited statements are filed yearly. Dividend declarations are made at an AGM or EGM and the minutes must be distributed after the meeting.
But the dividends only need to be paid on the date that was declared that they should be paid. You could have a meeting on May 1, 2013 and declare that dividends will be paid on March 30, 2014.
If you have large sums of money at stake, then you really need to contact an attorney. If the sums are small, take it as tuition for a lesson learned. NEVER invest in private limited where someone else holds all the power, and especially in Asia, where f*cking over the minority shareholders seems to be a sport.